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 1. Note triple 168 at bef6.Unique possibilities to 30.2. If a2=7=e1,a4=8,c7=1=h8,i1=6;row 8 is devoid of 6.So a2=8.UP81. 31/May/10 12:32 AM |  |
 1. I got to UP = 31 with basic techniques.2. (6)c3 = (6)c2 - (6)f2 = (6-1)f6 = (1)b6 - (1=27)c45 => c3 <> 7 ; UP = 81 31/May/10 1:01 AM |  |
 Wendy from Perth certainly does take beautiful photographs. The Parkland photo is particularly well-composed. 31/May/10 1:14 AM |  |
 2. (6=8)e6-(8)b6=(8-7)a4=(7)a2-(7)ef2=(7)e1. => ~(6)e1 UP=81. is another path. 31/May/10 1:55 AM |  |
 Another great picture of your travels, Wendy. This park looks so peaceful. 31/May/10 1:56 AM |  |
 I also just posted a solution for yesterday tough. 31/May/10 2:21 AM |  |
 Did I hear PIC-A-NIC BoBO? 31/May/10 4:25 AM |  |
 "Let’s take an old-fashioned walk,I’m just burstin’ with talk.What a tale could be told, if we went forAn old-fashioned walk!"Thanks, Wendy. 31/May/10 4:42 AM |  |
 26 minutes 1) Basics to UP 312) If e1=6, then e6=8, a4=8, a2=7, andthe bottom middle region has no room for 7. Sowe have 6 locked in ef2. UP81 31/May/10 4:42 AM |  |
 My understanding of Eureka notation is sketchy at best, but it seems to me that I rediscovered farpointer's solution. I apologize for the accumulated waste of BW. 31/May/10 4:44 AM |  |
 Oh! What a pretty place! Thanks, Wendy! 31/May/10 5:42 AM |  |
 I posted a 1 step ALS-XY-Wing solution to the Feb 2, 2010. The interesting thing about this ALS-XY-Wing is that 3 of the 5 cells in it are an almost XY-Wing. The ALS-XY-Wing makes the same cell elimnations as the almost XY-Wing would if it were true (which it isn't). 31/May/10 6:59 AM |  |
 40:18 31/May/10 9:25 AM |  |
 Hi Jyrki. You have discovered the shortest chain to solve this one,so far, so it is not a waste of BW ( whatever that is). Regards, Alfred. 31/May/10 9:50 AM |  |
 quite so Jyrki, yours isn't really shorter than the AIC chain because the initial if then must be represented as a strong set in a chain. 31/May/10 10:38 AM |  |
 Margaret River is where Mo stays in W.A. 31/May/10 10:44 AM |  |
 It looks like an enchanted place. Just beautiful. 31/May/10 11:13 AM |  |
 16:30 Good morning all. 31/May/10 12:28 PM |  |
 Lovely peaceful looking spot Wendy, and sooo green!! 31/May/10 1:39 PM |  |
 24:08 in order 17/Jun/10 10:44 AM |  |
 SE=7.2 10/Sep/10 9:52 PM |  |

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